*** 14.2 kHz transmission by Warsaw University on September, the 12th
The balloon reached a height of 29164 meters a. s. l. before it entered the re-entry phase. Its gondola landed and was successfully recovered with all of its equipment at 18.15 CEST / 16.15 UTC.

There were some unexpected issues during the launch procedure. The take-off location at the airport was chosen incorrectly by the airport authorities. This, combined with strong wind, caused the flight train to collide with a wind indicating mast. The balloon was finally launched, but the end of the antenna was teared off and left on ground.

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